The Ethics of Disclosing Personal Information in Public ArchivesBook - 2001
Without Consent is an exploration of the theoretical and practical issues associated with the administration of access to government-held personal information generally, and to personal information held in government archive specifically. Its theme is the balance archivists must strike in negotiating access to such information: how do archivists reconcile research and privacy interests concerning the disclosure of personal information? In situations where the two interests conflict, where does archivists' professional responsibility lie?
Publisher: [Chicago, IL] : Society of American Archivists ; Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press, 2001, c1992
Characteristics: 224 p. ; 23 cm
Call Number: LH 323.4483 MAC